OFFERING HELP OR THING
- Can I help you?
- What shall I do for you?
- Would you like me to check this computer for errors?
- Shall I bring you a glass of water?
- I’ll buy you a coke. Shall I?
- What/ Where/ Which … Would you like me to…?
- Do you want me to post that letter for you?
- I’ll be glad to help?
- How kind of you! Thank you very much.
- That’s very good of you!
- That’s terribly kind,. Thank you very much.
- Yes, please do.
- What a good idea!
- Yes, please.
- Thanks. That would be excellent.
- It’s all right thanks. I can manage that alone!
- No, thank you. But I am very grateful
- That’s awfully kind, but there’s no need.
- No, please don’t bother.
- No, thank you.
When offering help
Staff : Excuse me ma’am, Could I help you with your bags?
Guest : That would be great thanks.
Staff : Pardon me sir, but it likes like you could use some help with those packages.
Guest : I sure could, thanks.
When responding to help
Guest : Excuse me, but can you help me?
Staff : Of course ma’am, what can I do for you?
Guest : Someone just stole my purse off my shoulder outside the hotel.
Staff : Are you OK?
Guest : Yes, just shaken up a bit.
Staff : Why don’t you sit down here and I’ll call the police for you.
Guest : Thank you; I appreciate your help.
Guest : I don’t understand what the taxi driver is trying to say. Could you translate for me?
Staff : Of curse sir, I’d be delighted to help.